CENTRAL HEIGHTS RECOGNIZES NATIONAL ACADEMIC AWARD RECIPIENTS
Central Heights High School announced this week that six students have been named 2022 College Board National Recognition Program awardees. These recognitions highlight students' outstanding academic records, and achievement on the 2021 PSAT. This year marks the third year for Central Heights students to be recognized with these prestigious awards, and the 2022 class of recipients is the largest from CHHS in a single year.
The National Rural and Small Town Scholar Award was presented to Daisy Attaway, senior; Aanuoluwapo Odunuga, senior; William Sams, junior; and Paola Sifuentes, senior.
The National Hispanic Scholar Recognition Award was presented to Jason Baca, junior; and Paola Sifuentes, senior.
The National African American Scholar Recognition Award was presented to Aanuoluwapo Odunuga, senior.
The National Indigenous Scholar Award was presented to Ethan Krenek, senior.
The College Board National Recognition Programs seek to identify students of exceptional academic potential who represent historically under-recognized groups including minorities and students from rural and underserved areas. These students must score in the top percentage of test takers on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, and meet additional selection criteria through a significant application process.
to our students who competed at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference in San Diego, California!
Lauren Ashley, Juliette Lostrocco, & Lillie Saintingnan competed in Food Innovations Level 3 and W͓̽O͓̽N͓̽ F͓̽I͓̽R͓̽S͓̽T͓̽ P͓̽L͓̽A͓̽C͓̽E͓̽ I͓̽N͓̽ T͓̽H͓̽E͓̽ N͓̽A͓̽T͓̽I͓̽O͓̽N͓̽! These three students are graduates from the Class of 2022. 💥 They went out with a bang! 💥 Way to go ladies!
Sydney French, Bolu Odunuga, & Olivia Padilla competed in Food Innovations Level 1 and finished in the top 10 in the nation! All of these students will be freshman at CHHS in the fall. Congratulations to Mrs. Chrystal Reneau (FCS Teacher) and the other students (Taylar Russell, Katy Jacks & Paris Ngo) that competed at the national competition!
What an amazing accomplishment! We are so proud of all of you!
Not pictured is Lillie Saintingnan who had a last minute illness.
SFA DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM
SFA and Central Heights High School work together to provide a great opportunity for our students to attend classes at SFA during the regular school day and receive college credit.
Dual Credit / Concurrent Enrollment Dual credit courses offered at Central Heights High School award both high school and college credit upon successful completion. Concurrent enrollment is a college course taken during the student’s high school years that is not offered for high school credit. Both of these enrollment systems are ways for students to earn college credit while still in high school. A student must meet the admission requirements of the college or university in order for a high school student to be admitted into a dual credit/ concurrent or tech program.
Additional information can be found in the CHHS Student Handbook or call or email Lauren Tyler, HS Counselor @ 936-552-3409 or email@example.com.